Famed for its sparkling seas, warm climate, bustling marinas, blue voyage cruises, upmarket tourism, and many other unique features, the touristic hotspot of Bodrum on the Turkish Riviera has continued to attract international tourists and investments despite the pandemic.
“Domestic and foreign investments have been climbing in recent years, and they didn’t slow down during the pandemic,” Ahmet Aras, mayor of the southwestern resort town, has said.
The value of ongoing projects including infrastructure projects in Bodrum has so far topped $5 billion, Aras said, adding that prominent global firms bought idle hotels in the town and revamped them.
“Elite global hotel brands continue to flock to Bodrum,” Aras noted, adding that most of them come from the US, Germany, the Netherlands, and the U.K
Pointing to how the pandemic spurred greater demand for housing, Aras highlighted that ground was broken on new real estate projects to keep up with this rising demand.
Aras said that over time tourists who fell in love with holidays in Bodrum started eyeing investment opportunities in the town.
“This peninsula is always open to projects that are in harmony with its environment, identity, and character,” he underlined.
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